|'Your Hit Parade' - April 12, 1952 episode|
Episode of the public domain TV series "Your Hit Parade", which ran from 1950 to 1959. Each episode presented popular hits of the day, performed by the shows cast, including Dorothy Collins and Snooky Lanson. Complete with original commercials. Songs include: "Please Mr. Sun", "Cry", "Tell Me Why" and "Wheel of Fortune".
Keywords: 50's TV; 50s Music; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties Pop; 1952; Television; Kinescope; Kinescopes
Downloads: 6,470 (5 reviews)
|50's Music: "Standing at the Corner", June 2 1956|
The June 2 1956 version of Snooky Lanson's performance of "Standing at the Corner" on the TV series Your Hit Parade. Also features "Design for Dreaming" star Tad Tadlock as a dancer. Nicely odd and unusal.
Keywords: Classic TV; 50s Music; 50s TV; 1950s Music; 1950s TV; 50's TV; 50's Music; 1950's Music; 1950's TV; 50's Television; 1950's Television; 50s Pop music; 50's Pop music; Kinescope; Live TV; 1950s Pop music; 1950's Pop music
|Your Hit Parade: "Blue Skies" performed by The Lucky Strike Orchestra (Classic TV)|
Clip from the classic 50's TV show "Your Hit Parade", featuring a cover of the Irving Berlin song "Blue Skies" performed by The Lucky Strike Orchestra. "Your Hit Parade" was a highly popular 50's TV show, and was a spin-off the the radio show with the same name. Very Popular and (almost) always tasteful, the show featured covers of popular songs. Running from 1950 to 1959, the show died after music began to change, and it is often reported that Snooky Lanson's cover of "Hound Dog" hastened to de...
Keywords: 50's TV; 1950's Television; Classic TV; Irving Berlin; Blue Skies; The Lucky Strike Orchestra; Your Hit Parade; 50's Music; Fifties Music
Downloads: 3,450 (1 review)
|"Your Hit Parade" - Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)|
Obscure 50's singer Snooky Lanson performing "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)" on the popular and award-winning live TV series "Your Hit Parade". "Your Hit Parade" started as a Radio show, then moved to TV, lasting from 1950 to 1959. Very popular and (almost) always tasteful, The series presented the top tunes each week, performed by the programs talented cast of singers and dancers. However, as popular music changed, the show found itself obsolete, and by it's final season it had become a joke...
Keywords: Hot Diggity; Your Hit Parade; Snooky Lanson; Classic TV; 50's TV; 1950's Television; 50's Pop Music; Pop Music; 50's Music; Kinescope Recording
Downloads: 5,793 (3 reviews)
|"The Perry Como Show" - 1952 Episode|
Episode of "The Perry Como Show" from 1952. This broadcast features Perry Como singing several relaxing 50's pop songs. As with most 50's Variety shows, This show was done live, and is now Public Domain.
Keywords: Perry Como; The Perry Como Show; 50's Music; 1950's Music; Traditional Pop; 50's Pop Music; Pop Music; Public Domain TV; Classic TV
Downloads: 15,894 (6 reviews)
|''The Big Record'' - 27th November 1957|
An episode of the 1957-1958 CBS variety series "The Big Record", starring Patti Page, and guest-starring Georgia Gibbs, Walter Slezak, The Shepherd Sisters, Guylaine Guy, Erroll Garner, and special guest star Johnnie Ray. Also containing original commercials for Oldsmobile, Pillsbury, Golden Dial soap, and Kellogg's Special K. The first-half of the 60-minute episodes competed against "Disneyland" and "Wagon Train", while the second-half competed against "Tombstone Territory" and "Father Knows Be...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Patti Page; Johnnie Ray; Georgia Gibbs; Oldsmobile; Variety Series; Variety Show; Music; 1950s Music; 50s Music; Fifties Music; Classic Television; Short-Lived; Live TV; Live Television; Hits; Flop; Flops
|Your Hit Parade: "Please Mr Sun" by Dorothy Collins (Classic TV)|
Clip from the classic TV show "Your Hit Parade", with fairly-obscure 50's singer Dorothy Collins singing the popular song "Please Mr Sun" live on national TV. "Your Hit Parade" ran from 1950 to 1959, and was both popular and award winning. The show featured a bunhc of talented singers performing covers of hits of the day, and was very tasteful. The show died after music began to change, and the show got very weak as time went on...
Keywords: 50's TV; 50's Television; 1950's TV; 1950's Television; Classic TV; Dorothy Collins; Your Hit Parade; Please Mr Sun; 50's Music; Fifties Music; Musical Television
Downloads: 3,595 (1 review)